Thieves take stone acorns

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TWO stone acorns were stolen by thieves from pillars.

PC Stephen Rogerston said the items were pulled off pillars, causing more damage, from an address in Rectory Lane, Meonstoke.

It happened between 4pm on February 11 and 8am on February 12.

The acorns are around 18in tall. Call 101.